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{{song|writer= Deborah Harry and Giorgio G. Moroder |composer=|lyricist=|date= 1980|source= film "American Gigolo" |publisher= Chrysalis Music}}
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{{song|writer= Deborah Harry and Giorgio G. Moroder |composer=|lyricist=|date= 1980|source=''American Gigolo'' (film)|publisher= Chrysalis Music}}
 
[[Image:Debbieharry.jpeg|frame|Jim Henson, Debbie Harry, and the band from the taping of the "Call Me" number.]]
 
[[Image:Debbieharry.jpeg|frame|Jim Henson, Debbie Harry, and the band from the taping of the "Call Me" number.]]
 
[[Debbie Harry]] sang "'''Call Me'''" as the closing number on [[Episode 509: Debbie Harry|episode 509]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]''.
 
[[Debbie Harry]] sang "'''Call Me'''" as the closing number on [[Episode 509: Debbie Harry|episode 509]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]''.
   
==Video Releases==
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The song was spoofed in the ''[[Sesame Street]]'' video, ''[[Food for Thought]]'', as "[[Try, Try Again]]."
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==Releases==
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*''[[Rock Music with the Muppets]]'' (1985)
 
*''[[Rock Music with the Muppets]]'' (1985)
   

Latest revision as of 02:51, December 18, 2010

Written by Deborah Harry and Giorgio G. Moroder
Date 1980
Source American Gigolo (film)
Publisher Chrysalis Music
Debbieharry
Jim Henson, Debbie Harry, and the band from the taping of the "Call Me" number.

Debbie Harry sang "Call Me" as the closing number on episode 509 of The Muppet Show.

The song was spoofed in the Sesame Street video, Food for Thought, as "Try, Try Again."

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